Quantum Games Hackathon 2021
Create games using quantum technology!
Games related to quantum mechanics & quantum computing
Worldwide, fully remote
Teams up to 5 people
Up to 100 participants
Open-source (MIT License)
Introductory talk on quantum game dev
Communication through Discord
Hackathon agenda (CEST timezone, UTC+2)
12:00-13:00: Start of the Hackathon, kick-off lecture (Paweł Gora & Aleksandra Lipińska)
13:00-14:00: Match-making event (Aleksandra Lipińska)
14:00-15:00: Entangle your fun with Qiskit - games world in IBM Q (Piotr Biskupski)
15:00-16:00: Yet another invitation to Quantum Game Theory (Piotr Gawron)
16:00-17:00: Match-making, work on projects
12:00-13:00: Accessibility in games (Artur Roszczyk)
14:00-15:00: Linear algebra is actually a fun videogame: Quantum Odyssey (Laurentiu Nita)
17:00-18:00: Designing interfaces for quantum experiences (Klem Jankiewicz)
18:00-19:00: Mapping the Landscape of Quantum Games (Anant Sharma & Anamaría García)
27.09-2.10.2021: Work on projects
12:00: Deadline for submitting solutions
20:00 Announcement of winners
Requirements for participation
The contest is open to participants aged 18 or older If you are interested, please register before 23.09.2021, EoD CET.
We expect a maximum of 100 participants, so we reserve the right to make a selection in the event of a large number of registrations.
All invited people will receive an email will the details including the exact agenda and a link to the hackathon's Discord server. On the first day (25.09.2021), participants will be asked to form teams of 1 to 5 members.
All teams will be asked to submit a link to a publicly available Git repository (e.g., on Github) with the code of their project (available under the MIT license) and with a video recording (up to 5 minutes) presenting their solution.